Altman & Altman LLP has been providing top quality legal services to clients in Quincy, Massachusetts for over 40 years. The firm has represented hundreds of clients on charges including murder, manslaughter, assault and bodily harm, kidnapping and leaving the scene of an accident.
We have clients in the city of Quincy, including the Quincy Police Department, the Quincy Fire Department and Quincy Public Schools. Our Quincy lawyers have a long history of handling cases that include criminal charges such as murder, manslaughter, assault, kidnapping and accident. We are often referred to by several names, "Suspended," "Criminal Lawyer" and "Quincy Public Defender."
We are also able to represent clients in Quincy in civil cases in federal and state courts, including labor, civil and family matters, and in other disputes with Quincy public school students, including their parents, teachers and other school officials. Our attorneys at Breakstone, White & Gluck have a long history of representing clients injured in car crashes on Quincy's South Shore. We are lawyers who have experience in representing injured motorists, cyclists and pedestrians. Our experience combines more than 30 years of experience in criminal justice and over 20 years as a lawyer in private practice.
Attorney Mahoney appears regularly in Quincy County Court, taking on the inclinations of judges and developing important contacts with the probation officer. If you have criminal, civil, academic or legal issues in or around Quincy, please contact Zalkind, Duncan & Bernstein LLP to speak with one of our experienced attorneys. Use our online contact form to arrange a free consultation in the office.
After graduating from law school, he was hired and interned in the Norfolk District Attorney's Office, an opportunity that introduced him to practice. During his internship in Norfolk, George cemented his dedication to public service and promoted the core values demanded of a talented lawyer: respect for the law and the use of knowledge to help people. George was also the deputy district attorney for Norfolk County in 2008 and has served on Norfolk Superior Court since 2010. He has also been a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association since 2008 and the Massachusetts State Bar since 2009.
Whether you are facing charges or being questioned by the police, your rights are defended by skilled criminal defence lawyers from the MA. From minor to serious allegations, our criminal defense attorneys will explain your legal rights in detail and provide your client with simple answers to difficult legal questions. We are very focused on finding the best solution that will provide clarity and predictability to our clients in resolving their legal issues. Quincy's criminal defense attorneys are built on the principle of working with their clients to achieve the best possible results for their client.
You should check in at the security office, which is located on the first floor to the left of the security station. Before you appoint a lawyer or law firm, make sure you speak directly to the lawyer who is primarily responsible for handling your case, preferably in person. It is important to have an experienced criminal defense attorney at your side, and you can do this by informing your attorney before you arrive and confirming your courtroom.
In addition to the city of Quincy, the Quincy District Court is also responsible for the surrounding towns. The courthouse is accessible via the Kingston, Plymouth, Middleborough and Lakeville lines, which stop at Quincy Center station. The proximity to Boston, Boston College and Boston University School of Law, as well as the Massachusetts State Police, also contribute to the steady flow of traffic.
In Quincy, car crashes are being investigated by the Quincy Police Department, 1 Sea Street, as well as Massachusetts State Police and the State Fire Department.
The court system in Norfolk County includes the Quincy District Court, located at 1 Sea Street, Quincy, Massachusetts, and the Norfolk Superior Court. Criminal and civil cases are being heard at the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office in Quincy and the Worcester County Courthouse in Boston. Quincy's lawyers will present their cases in the Massachusetts Supreme Court in Dedham, Massachusetts. The Quincy Probate Court matters are being heard in Worcester, while the Quincy Superior Court matters are to be heard at 650 High Street in Dedham, Massachusetts, in Norwich.
The pre-trial conferences in Quincy will be held in the Second Courtroom of the Quincy County Court, 1 Sea Street, Quincy, Massachusetts. Criminal and civil cases brought by the Suffolk County district attorney's office and the Worcester County Courthouse in Boston are being heard in those courthouses.
Quincy is located in Norfolk County and is home to its own District Court on Dennis Ryan Parkway. The Quincy Division, located in Quincy District Court, is administered by the Suffolk County Prosecutor's Office and is located on the second floor of the Norfolk Courthouse on the corner of Dennis and Ryan.